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Rules of arbitation and conciliation International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber Vienna (Vienna Rules)
Rules of arbitration - Translation from the authentic german text

General provisions

Jurisdiction*)

Article 1

Organization

Article 2

Article 3

Article 4

Arbitrators

Article 5

Arbitral proceedings

Commencement of the Proceedings

Article 6

Article 7

Time-Limits, Service and Communications

Article 8

Nomination and Appointment of Arbitrators

Article 9

Article 10

Challenge of Arbitrators

Article 11

Termination of the Mandate of Arbitrators

Article 12

Article 13

Conduct of the Proceedings

Article 14

Article 15

Article 16

Article 17

The Award

Article 18

Article 19

Article 20

Article 21

Costs of the proceedings

Costs and Deposits

Article 22

Article 23

Article 24

Metadata

SiSU Metadata, document information

Manifest

SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.

Rules of arbitation and conciliation International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber Vienna (Vienna Rules)

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Rules of arbitation and conciliation International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber Vienna (Vienna Rules)
Rules of arbitration - Translation from the authentic german text

Arbitral proceedings

Commencement of the Proceedings

Article 6

4. The arbitral proceedings are commenced when a statement of claims drawn up in German or in one of the languages of the arbitration agreement is filed with the Secretariat. The proceedings become pending on receipt of the statement of claims by the Secretariat.

5. One copy of the statement of claims together with enclosures must be submitted for each Defendant, each arbitrator and the Secretariat.

6. The statement of claims must include:

* the designation of the parties and their addresses;

* the document or documents giving evidence of the jurisdiction of the Centre;

* a specific statement of claims and the particulars and supporting documents on which the claims are based;

* the amount in dispute at the time of submission of the statement of claims, unless the claims are not related exclusively to a specific sum of money;

* particulars regarding the number of arbitrators in accordance with Article 9; if a decision by three arbitrators is requested, the nomination of an arbitrator and the address of that person.

7. If the statement of claims is defective or incomplete or if copies of documents or enclosures are missing, the Secretary shall call upon the Claimant to remedy the defect or to submit the necessary copies of documents or enclosures, setting a time-limit; the provisions of the second sentence of paragraph 1 of the present Article shall not be affected thereby.


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